(1) SITE SUPERVISOR: Has total responsibility for operation of the site, provides the vision for the program presented there, directs day to day operations and makes the final decision in areas of conflict.
(4) FIELD INSTRUCTORS: Cooperatively responsible with teachers for implementing the curriculum pertaining to their area of natural resource study. Also designs a workshop-training program and weekly training program for the 4-6 high school student leaders. Responsible for training and supervising one or two Program Leaders and 4-6 high school student leaders who assist in implementing the curriculum. Provides written evaluations of the performance of high school student leaders each week. Assist in program activities such as recreation, duties (clearing tables, weekly clean up, etc.) weather instruction, and campfire programs.
(6) PROGRAM LEADERS: Responsible for working with and supporting high school leaders to insure a successful experience for them and their cabin groups. Responsible to see that all scheduled program activities are carried out (daily duties, recreation activities, meetings with high school leaders, campfire programs, evening activities, etc.). Responsible for assisting a Field Instructor in science study.
(4) CLASSROOM TEACHERS: Ultimately responsible for the conduct and discipline of the students in their class. Cooperate and participate in all phases of the program.
(1) REGISTERED NURSE: Responsible for health and welfare of each student and staff member. Responsible for checking site facilities and staff practices for high health standards.
(1) COOK AND (5) KITCHEN ASSISTANTS: Responsible for supplying a balanced and adequate diet for all persons attending Outdoor School.